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... suddenly half way down the motorway another car made contact with ours (don't worry the motorway was packed and we were only going 20kph). We both stopped in the fast lane and our taxi driver got out. 20 minutes later and 1 police motorcyclist we set off, only to the next pull off. Where did we stop - safely on the hard shoulder - no - just in front of the concrete divider to the slip road - with cars ...
... with him right away. The family seemed very nice, a mother, grandmother and a young girl, about 10. They all seemed excited to have a dog, and Si Bao seemed to love them. I was sad to see him go, he was a good companion for a few lonely weeks. But I'm also happy he's now in his forever home, with someone to look after him all the time. Of course, we had ordered a cage on line, and it came al hour later. We donated it to the family, it wasn't expensive and it might save them some ...
Ni Hao (Hello)
We arrived in Shanghai at 8am to to a 26 degree heat already and headed to the Maglev Train to take us into the centre of the city. The Maglev Train is a high spped train into the city run completely on magnets and reached a top speed of 430 km/h! This was a pretty hair raising, but fun, journey. Our next challenge was to negotiate the Chinese Metro and find our hostel. Deciphering the ticket machines was a huge mission but I (Dave, of course) figured ...
... signs counting down the seconds left to wait to cross, or left for you to make the crossing attempt, are supposed to help control the rivers of bicycles, motorbikes, taxis, rusty old buckets and black limousines with tinted windows hiding the chauffered within. However, motorbike and bicycles don’t seem to think the lights are for them, and they weave and duck and shoot unannounced across and through the rivers of traffic dangerously ...
... guy by my side. I was in no rush. :)
After parting ways with Roy and agreeing to meet up later that night, I made my way to the infamous Shanghai markets. It was here that the Ipod was invented (or at least copied to perfection) and you could purchase upper class goods for a lower class price.
I wasted no time. I knew what I wanted and wasn't going to spend any time ******* around with shop ...
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